View Full Version : TDM confused about 1Malaysia

15-10-2010, 06:42 AM
Of all people , TDM is confused about it. In fact, he was confused that he said he could not cope up with Chinese and Indians to take up medicine if he is not being given handicap! And on the basis that Indians and Chinese have track records of thousand of years of civilisation, therefore the Malays should be handicap and be given special prefential treatment just like in golf.
( This is after he was hit by a goffy virus while in Australia )

15-10-2010, 08:13 AM
I'm equally confused but I very clear about Apanama's intention! :D

15-10-2010, 09:51 AM
When was in power, do at own liking.
When left oredi, still want the same way, mana boleh ?
Then start complain, new way no good, my way better.
Sudah lah, orang baru mau action juga lor :D :D

In commercial term, old way work with 'handicap' system, better sit back do nothing, teh tarik look out for opportunity, RM1 do for RM5, people who work get RM2, the rest are for distribution :confused: :confused:

New way yet to be seen :p

Char Aznable
15-10-2010, 11:39 AM
He is getting old .... that's an inescapable fact .... and the older you get the more rigid and inflexible your views, stand and position become ...

15-10-2010, 12:52 PM
why dont apanama just concentrate more on his bread business (1outlet in Empire), afterall his loaf of roti is widely sold by the thousands to the malaysian chinese (who have more money to spend on designer bread)...

apanama didnt spread his goodwill to malaysian, else he would have ordered his chain of bakery to sell the loaf at cost...and certainly not at a higher price to his mainly pendatang customers! DUH!

But of course many blur sotong pendatangs are more than happy to be insulted and pay for it too. HAHAHAHAH!

Yang Boikot laof latotupai :cool:

15-10-2010, 12:59 PM
Interesting way of looking at it, Lato! All the Pendatangs who came as beggars and prostitutes lining up to make Apanama richer by paying a bomb for a loaf of bread! :mad:

In a few more years, Apanama will start saying "apanama saya?" :D

16-10-2010, 08:27 AM
Just wanna to know for sure, Is TDM a Malay or Mamak? I also get confusedlah especially when he said he cannot compete with Indians in medical studies if he is not been handicapped in the qualifications or being cut the slack like in golf. :confused:
Now I am wondering why he cannot practice medicine after he retired from political life like Tan Sri Dr Tan Chee Khoon who was practicing medicine during and after his political life as the Opposition Leader. :confused:
Instead of flipping roti canai to enhance roots, why does he invest in the Jap breaddance in the Empire of the riising sun?Maybe he doesnt wanna to make sens but ring it? :confused:

16-10-2010, 08:46 AM
Just wanna to know for sure, Is TDM a Malay or Mamak? I also get confusedlah especially when he said he cannot compete with Indians in medical studies

His father is a Muslim Indian but mother malay.

17-10-2010, 12:53 AM
Just wanna to know for sure, Is TDM a Malay or Mamak? ... Zing., you are now getting racist and you know very well that I have banned people for that. I have decided to give you a public warning ... to serve as a warning to others.

Let us not let our emotions waylay our brains to make such libelous comments on the Forum.

I have a friend who explained to me about such terminologies and if you really want to know, I do not mind explaining it to you if you give me a good cup of Java. i assure you it is not racist but purely clinical and I deal with precision in terminologies. Since the Forum is easily turned into racist comments, i shall not publish my explanation here ... it is best done over a free cuppa

17-10-2010, 07:30 AM
Oops am I in trouble? I thought Mamak is not an offensive words as it is widely used to describe having a teh tarik which is thier speciality. Not only, I give you Java but also Colombian coffee because it was rumoured that it taste best as the beans are grown along side the weeds for the politically correct termminology.
Coincidentally, the MalaysiaKini article was pointed out to me by one of my Indian Muslim friend who was disgusted by TDM claim especially the part about he had to be handicapped because he is a Malay and not an Indian because Indians and Chinese were superior .
Let me assure you and others, I dont think at any point would I considered myself a racist. I dont wanna to be overstocled with Bananas from the plantatation or the Banana Republic. :eek: :) :eek:

17-10-2010, 02:11 PM
TDM is not confused because of old age. In fact he is being consistent for having these views since the 70's. When he became PM, he toned down a bit because it made political sense.

17-10-2010, 02:51 PM
Oh Oh mana boleh... now even the 1PM also confused about 1Malaysia. Read it HERE! (http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/pua-questions-najibs-commitment-to-1-malaysia/)

I guess one sings a different song for different audience. In front of MCA, he says one thing and now in front of a different audience, he says a different thing. I don't trust this guy no more...

18-10-2010, 12:16 AM
The 1Malaysia story shown on BBC. Watch it HERE (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/impact_asia/9048337.stm) and interesting to see how your favorite DPM tries his best to wriggle out by justifying why he said he was Malay First, then Malaysian...

18-10-2010, 03:11 AM
He was not confused that He is a Malay first as he was born a Malay just like what he said. So it is Wan Malaysia for him at heart - Race first, Malaysia second at heart.
But imagine if any ethnic guys like Lim Eng Guan would to say He is Chinese First, he would be called to go head back to China.
Confusinglah - whether the 1Malaysia is just a slogan or a fact which should be the awakening call to be identified as for the Malaysians, by the Malaysians, from the Malaysians, in true spirits from the bottom of our heart irresppective of what race we are in. :cool: ;) :cool: